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news with brian williams. >>> good evening, he was a u.s. foreign service officer, a diplomat representing his country, all he ever wanted to be. he was not the type who asked for cushy assignments, quite the contrary. be, chris steven was the u.s. ambassador to libya, killed last night in the attack in the city of benghazi. a total of four americans were killed, america vowed there will be justice, turns out 911 was a bad day for overseas, protesters in cairo scaled the wall and embassy. destroyed the american flag in cairo and egypt, and then in benghazi, where we begin tonight, we have our chief foreign correspondent, richard, engel. good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian, we hoped to broadcast in front of the u.s. embassy here in cairo, but had to leave as egyptian security forces clashed with the demonstrators there, pushing them back, using tear gas to try to stop assaults like the ones yesterday, which we are learning much more about. two attacks on u.s. buildings, one here in cairo, spontaneous, passion, harmless, the other in benghazi, focused and deadly. at 4
to the killing of u.s. ambassador, libya, chris stevens. three other americans died in that attack. >>> so, governments around the world restrict the mocking of mohommed or should we be standing up for free speech, especially when it ts scary and dangerous? let me know what you think. send us an e-mail. the address, mailbag@wusa9.com. >>> mitt romney shifting from defense to offense. aggressively attacking the president on the economy. in the very tight race for the white house, showing him trailing in three key states. danielle nottingham has the latest. >> raising campaign cash in atlanta, mitt romney worked to steer his message back to the economy and away from the secret recorded comments he made to campaign donors. >> the question of this campaign is not who cares about the poor and the middle class. i do, he does. the question is, who can help the poor and the middle class? i can, he can't. >> number two on the republican ticket spent wednesday looking for votes in virginia where a new poll of likely voters shows president obama leading romney by four points. he's also up by six po
and the military are taking efforts to step up security at u.s. embassies across the region. jim maceda joins us from cairo. jim, good evening. >> reporter: hello, lester. the state department is temporarily closing embassies in sudan and yemen, warning u.s. citizens of the travel in those countries, as well as in tunisia where americans are encouraged to leave as worries about more violent protests escalate. a four-day standoff outside the u.s. embassy in cairo ended this morning when riot police charged the protesters and cleared out tahrir square, arresting some 200 along the way. the city began to return to normal as did the country with no reported protests or violence. friday's day of rage spread across more than 20 countries. in tunisia today local citizens and security personnel surveyed damaged cars and buildings at the u.s. embassy now protected by armored vehicles while a u.s. marine rapid response team took up positions at yemen's charred u.s. embassy and western hotels. it wasn't all quiet. as far away as sydney, australia, hundreds protesters clashed with riot police outside the u.
with temperatures. down to 70 at national. but in the 60s already in gaithersburg and manassas and the lower 70s in fredericksburg. now the temperatures, they really fell quickly last night. they will not fall as quickly as tonight. we have a few clouds around. just a couple of high mid-level clouds. we'll call it clear to partly cloudy. still cool, but not as chilly. the winds are southeast at 10. now we'll come back and talk about how we will finish in the week. the summer and fall will arrive on saturday morning. we'll let you be the judge. but coming up next, is your iphone legit? we've got a story that will make you think twice. >>> well, if you are desperately in need of the brand new iphone, beware of the deal on the streets. prince george's county police have arrested two people selling fake verses of the iphone 4s. a father/son duo were out there selling the fake phones for $250, right outside of the stores. an undercover officer says that the about was pretty believe -- act was pretty believable. >> they previously sold seven in the parking lot and they were going like hot cakes. they
>>> on our broadcast tonight, days of rage, egypt, libya, now yemen, the protests against the u.s. are spreading. we're live tonight in cairo and tripoli. >>> also tonight, a navy seal who lost his life in the attack on the consulate. >>> and new numbers, and what we're polling, including what the post-convention bounce has done for the president in a critical state at a critical time. >>> your money, a big announcement on the economy, what it could mean for mortgages, with retirement savings and jobs for a lot of americans. >>> and a big moment for the duchess of cambridge, why what she is drinking is getting so much attention. nightly news begins now. >>> from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc nightly news with brian williams. >>> good evening, tonight, across a huge and uneasy region, where arab spring has long ago faded into something more complicated. today there were anti-u.s. protests in no fewer than 11 separate locations. today, the violence is in cairo where the protesters stormed the u.s. embassy. then the terrible lightning attack on the u.s. consula
. it was negotiated way back in the '90s that we would have this and it was continued in our contract in '01 and '06 and now they've decided they don't want to us have it. well, yes, the economy has changed. things have changed, but we have to remember one thing. the nfl is not like caterpillar. they're a virtually monopoly with an anti-trust exemption and making record profits. so contributing 60% less to our pension through a defined contribution was simply unacceptable for us and it was a take it or leave it deal for them. >> j.b., in your sense, will the refs be appreciated more? >> for as long as i've been covering the league and what i think i understand about human nature, here's what i think may happen. the first couple weeks these guys are back. the fans and players will cheer and embrace them. after a few weeks you'll find the players and coaches screaming at them as they normally do. the bottom line is they may scream and holler, but they know that they understand the rules and they will enforce the rules. >> doesn't it bother you there was so much focus the last few weeks on the referees
. and here, this is, you know, one is taken away just like that. >> four u.s. zoos have pandas. the first set arrived at the national zoo back in 1972. a gift from china in honor of president nixon's visit to that country. they did successfully mate once before and gave birth to the cub back in 2005. today, just a few hundred pandas are in captivity around the world and only a few thousand are believed to remain in the wild. >> let's hope that the next time things work out a little bit better. >> we can only hope. experts let us know in the first two weeks of life in captivity, pandas have a mortality rate of 18%. >>> several students got sick today at ballou high in southeast d.c. their illness blamed on apples brought in by one of the teachers. fire and rescue crews had to be called in. a hazmat unit tested the air and apples. they didn't find anything, but the remaining apples were carried off for further testing. >> the teachers in the world and apples, so that's the problem i had with it. >> you don't think teachers should be bringing in food from the outside? >> absolutely not.
security chal edges the u.s. faces overseas are mounting tonight over the anti-islam film and disagreement over what really happened in libya to new saber-rattling between israel and iran. now a series of deadly attacks on u.s. and coalition troops in afghanistan, including two more inside attacks by afghan police. in all, eight troops have died, including six americans. the number of american and nato troops killed this year by afghan security forces has climbed to 51. tonight the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, general martin dempsey, is calling the so-called blue on green attacks a serious threat to the war effort. our team has it all covered. we begin in kabul with nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel. richard. >> reporter: good evening, lester. how do you fight a war when your supposed allies are attacking you? these attacks are vicious. they are hard to defend against. today the chairman of the joint chiefs said something has to change. afghan security forces turned their guns on u.s. and nato troops yet again. today it was in zabul near the pakistani border at a re
of rg3's agents demanding a million bucks or he would release some as yet unvealed damaging information on the rookie. the agent called the police and hurd was later arrested. hurd is scheduled for a hearing november 21st and he could be facing two or three years behind bars. >>> the washington wizards will be without their floor general the beginning of the season. john wall is out for eight weeks. he's got some sort of stress injury in his knee. he doesn't need surgery, but the former first overall pick will start rehab right away. until he gets back a.j. price and shelvin mack are the only point guards on the roster. >>> fairfax county police on the hunt for a crook stealing from vulnerable victims. the guy you see in that picture dresses up like a maintenanceman, then makes off with purses and wallets from patients in doctors' offices. the thefts have happened throughout the mclean and falls church areas. he struck at least seven times, even stling from cancer patients. >>> coming up i've seen topper's seven-day and there may be a little rain in our future. find out when. >>> you ma
. >> tim: another quarterback in the s.e.c. that people believe should dwooet get heisman consideration is a.j. mccarron. this pass before the end of the half to jones. number one alabama 30-0 over florida atlantic. >> verne: i expected a lot more out of florida atlantic. >> gary: if we were doing the game i would expect more out of florida atlantic. >> verne: alabama consecutive shutouts in the last two, trying to go for three in a row. i like their chances. 31-3. 4:45 to go, marcus murphy back to receive the kickoff. this has been a very convincing effort by south carolina. >> gary: and missouri had their chance again, just like they did against georgia. they had the ball inside the five at the end of the half, they were going it get the ball to start the third quarter and they didn't get a touchdown. then the bad kick. >> verne: yes. that one through the end zone. will come out to the 25. >> verne: notre dame has a chance to go 4-0 tonight. florida state has the same chance. here are the results. which seem most likely to finish? a lot of you like florida state. >> gary: and florida.
got worse for the united states overseas today as anti-u.s. protests over the film that denigrates the prophet, muhammed, spread to nearly 20 countries now. the violence has erupted in what is really the cradle of the arab spring in cairo, where the ambassador was stormed. benghazi, the attack that killed four americans, including the first ambassador to die in decades. this was a somber day at andrew's air force base as the four americans came home, as the leaders of their government looked on. it is where we begin our coverage tonight with nbc's andrea mitchell. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> reporter: to the mournful tones of "nearer my god to thee," the caskets came home, four public servants, arriving to the embrace of family and the secretary of state, brought together in grief. >> today, we bring home four americans who gave their lives for our country, and our values. >> reporter: four americans, the president said, who knew the danger and accepted it. they didn't simply embrace the american ideal, they lived it. >> glenn dougherty never shied from adventure, he believed in his life he
're learning more about the attack on the american consulate in benghazi, libya, which killed a u.s. ambassador and three other americans. the obama administration says it was a planned terrorist attack, and the fbi is investigating a possible al qaeda link, and an issue that secretary of state hillary clinton discussed today. meanwhile, ann curry sat down with the president of libya to discuss the situation. >> reporter: would you call the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi an act of terrorism? >> i have no doubt about that. and it is a pre-planned act of terrorism directed against american citizens. >> reporter: you're confirming that rpgs were used in the original attack? >> mortars -- >> reporter: they were used in the attack? >> yes. >> reporter: and do you know how many mortars were used? >> about 500. >> reporter: and you were saying they were fired with such accuracy that this could not have been done by somebody who didn't have experience? >> experience and knew what he was doing. >> reporter: and this is what is helping to convince you that this was a pre-planned attack, not a r
't bring back the u.s. ambassador or the three other americans who were murdered, including two former navy s.e.a.l.s, but tonight, what happened the night they died, the storming of that u.s. consulate in benghazi, libya, is being labelled the terrorist attacks. that was not the initial story we begin with what it does mean. our chief correspondent, andrea mitchell, good evening. >>> good evening, tonight, the white house confirmed the attack was an act of terror, officials say by al qaeda members. but big whens remain about when it was planned and why initial reports were wrong under heavy guard, secretary of state hillary clinton, arriving in libya today to attend a memorial service for the americans killed there. now that the fbi is on scene, the u.s. acknowledged reports of a protest gone wild were wrong. on air force one, the press secretary, jay carney says it was self-evident that what happened in benghazi was a terrorist attack. president obama was asked about that today >> what we do know is that the natural protests that arose because of the outrage over the video were used as an
night, from afghanistan, at the brink. another u.s. service member killed by the afghan forces they're training, as we begin our special coverage of a region in turmoil. tonight richard engel with the latest from afghanistan. >>> plus we're on patrol with the third infantry division and ann curry on the ground in syria after a massive attack there. >>> the face-off back at home just three days before the first presidential debate. tonight inside the obama and romney debate camps. how the candidates are preparing for the showdown. >>> making the case. the supreme court begins. >>> and carmageddo 2. what happened this weekend when one of the busiest highways in the countries was shut down. how did california cope with its freeway car free? >>> good evening from the joint command headquarters of the international security assistance force in kabul. we have been traveling through this country all week trying to take measure of this war, another insider attack has left a u.s. soldier and an american civilian dead. that brings the death toll to 2,118. so far this year, 267 have been kille
himself. d.c.'s police chief announced the arrest of three suspects wednesday night. >> i can't say enough about how heart braking it is to see that something as simple -- heartbreaking it is to see that something as simple as a piece of property or cell phone will cause someone the type of injury and grief that these three individuals have caused the maslin family. >> reporter: police now say that the same night that they attacked maslin the three young suspects robbed two other men near l'oreal plaza in adams morgan and got caught. police say they found maslin's iphone on one suspect, but they did not trace it, not until a tipster recognized one of the suspects' white hyundai from surveillance video and police finally closed the loop this week, six weeks after maslin was beaten and left for dead on capitol hill. >> a phone, a phone, you know, a phone, it's just despicable. >> reporter: at d.c. superior court, bruce leshan, 9 news now. >>> new tonight at 7:00 a renoir bought at a flea market for season bucks turns out it will not be auctioned off saturday in alexandria after all. you se
today, an explosion of violence aimed at the united states. muslim protesters stormed the u.s. embassy. they're angry over a film they consider insulting to the prophet mohammed. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel is in the region with us tonight from istanbul. what was this about? and was the embassy ever in any real danger? >> reporter: it was never in any real danger, but this could escalate, and the situation remains tense. it all began this afternoon, when several hundred demonstrators gathered in front of the u.s. embassy. then a few dozen of the demonstrators managed to scale the perimeter walls, get inside the embassy, pull down the u.s. flag, replace it with a black islamic flag. then egyptian security forces moved in to secure the perimeter. under the former president, hosni mubarak, this would have been very difficult. protesters wouldn't have been allowed anywhere near the u.s. embassy. today they were able to scribble graffiti on the embassy wall. this was all triggered by a movie, a fringe, radical movie made in the united states that is insulting to islam. and
rain, it was a lot of each today that rained out the u.s. open in new york. it's also a big factor this week here in charlotte. a big predicted chance of precipitation every day this week, including thursday when the president's speech is supposed to be in an outdoor open stadium. the democrats say they'll go ahead with it, unless, of course, it becomes a public safety issue. as you see, there's a lot of rain out there. and there is a new tropical storm, leslie, 600 miles south of bermuda. not moving much, but kicking up the surf in places like puerto rico. >>> we mentioned this at the top of the newscast, the tsa is in the news again tonight. and some travelers may decide they have reached their limits when they hear about this one. for all we've had to get used to over the last few years, shoes off, belts off, laptops out, no liquids allowed, there's something new. would you believe testing the liquids you yourself buy inside the terminal where we're allowed to have liquids? our report from nbc's tom costello. >> reporter: an unexpected sight at the columbus airport, two tsa offi
>>> on our broadcast tonight, days of rage, new anti-u.s. protests, including a massive demonstration in beirut. and tonight there are questions about the security in the attack that killed the ambassador. >>> and too much salt in our diets, especially for kids and how many american children are at serious risks. >>> and over the top, the battle over the revealing photos of kate middleton go to court. and as for her, the one thing the royal couple probably didn't need on their overseas trip. nightly news begins now. from nbc news world headquarters in new york, this is nbc nightly news with brian williams. >>> good evening, there were new protests today against the united states. and this time in some countries where we didn't see unrest last week. indonesia, pakistan, and afghanistan where americans, of course, are already under fire and always targeted. this round stems from the film made of muhammad, that went viral and ignited the rumor mill. it is apparent that u.s. interests overseas may be entering a new phase. we begin in our kabul bureau tonight, with nbc's atia
in afghanistan, where the drawdown of u.s. troops is getting a lot of attention, but lately it has been overshadowed by the insider attacks and the toll it has taken on american lives. lester holt is in kandahar where he talked one-on-one with the u.s. and coalition forces. >> reporter: brian, good evening, with the war about to enter the 12th year, questions remain about the taliban resistance. but the man in charge of the war says the strategy for america getting out in the year 2014 is on track. it is quickly becoming put-up time for afghan forces and crunch time for the american commander overseeing the transition. >> reporter: what keeps you up at night on this job? >> the time, the amount of time remaining. >> reporter: time between now and 2014? >> that is correct, we have a lot of work to do. >> reporter: the u.s. and nato forces have trained more than 300,000 troops, taking the lead in combat operations. but threatening that, a deadly spike in insider attacks, afghan forces turning on their nato partners, 51 allied troops including 31 americans have been killed in such attacks
in vegas. >>> in afghanistan u.s. forces have temporarily suspended training for some new police recruits after a spike in the number of attacks by afghan forces who are supposed to be partners with the u.s. the so-called insider attacks have killed dozens of americans so far this year. nbc's jim maceda spent some time recently with u.s. special forces including a green beret whose mission has become a lot more dangerous. >> reporter: sergeant first class b. rolls out of his bunk at dawn. a green beret he can't use his real name or show his full face but his mornings with pistol in hand include a daily cardio workout and a breakfast of eggs and bacon bagels with syrup. before the sun is too high, he is breaking in a group of new afghan recruits to take over security as u.s. troops leave. the afghan local police or a.l.p. is an armed militia who come from the very villages they protect. >> know all the faces of who should be in town and when something does happen, when the taliban come into the village, they'll be the first guys to be called. >> reporter: it may seem like an unusual role f
today. the number of u.s. service men and women, killed in the war, it reached about 2,000. and the american soldier was among five people killed in an attack this weekend, bringing that number to 2,000. an american contractor as well and three afghan soldiers were also killed in the fire fight. nato says that they don't know if the latest killings are another incident where the afghan security forces turned on the coalition troops. >> they will represent a means by which the enemy will seek to drive a wedge between the colleagues. the fact is that he will not succeed in doing this. our relationships are very strong and they are very effective. >> the so-called green on blue attacks have left some 52 international forces dead. thus far this year. most u.s. and foreign troops are said to be out of afghanistan by the end of 2014. and those words from convicted d.c. sniper. in an exclusive interview with the washington post, he said, "he felt like the worse piece of scum after seeing the reaction of one of the victim's husbands." that victim, linda franklin, was shot outsi
that today's lethal attack happened. our chief foreign correspondent richard engel is with u.s. marines in southern afghanistan tonight. >> reporter: near kabul's airport this morning, a car bomb smashed into a small bus killing, afghan police say, at least 12 people. most of them south african contractors. according to the american embassy in kabul, many of the victims were providing services to u.s. aides and other organizations. a radical group claims the foreigners were targeted, revenge for an anti-islam video. the group identified the bomber as a young woman. but it's not these overt attacks that are forcing the u.s. military to change policy. but a growing trend of afghan security personnel turning their guns on nato troops. 20% of americans killed in afghanistan in combat this year were shocked by their own allies. so overnight, commanders said u.s. troops will no longer patrol with afghans, except on big missions, with 800 nato troops or more, where there's safety in numbers. those major operations are rare. >> as soon as i come across. >> reporter: u.s. troops are here to figh
in this election year has been the botched gun-tracing episode on the u.s. border called "fast and furious." tonight, our justice correspondent, pete williams with us this evening, from the justice department. good evening. >> reporter: brian, the inspector general said he found no evidence that attorney general eric holder approved of the risky tactics that the federal agents were using, or that he even knew about them until congress started to ask questions atf agents simply watched as guns were smuggled into mexico, hoping it would lead them to drug cartels. but few were ever recovered, and some showed up where the u.s. border agent was killed. today it was called flawed and seriously unsupervised in arizona, referring 14 federal officials for discipline, two of them including the former head of the atf, stepping down today. the report said they should have warned that the operation was seriously off track. >> pete williams has been on the story at the justice department, thank you. >>> the french government closing its embassies in 20 nations tonight, after a magazine in france printed
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, was hit head-on by the economic reality today even though 96,000 jobs were added to the u.s. economy in the month of august, and even though the unemployment rate fell from 8.3 to 8.1%, both the need and expectations were greater than that. and so with economists using words like "anemic," that affected what the campaign was hoping would feel much more like a post-charlotte victory lap. the economy remains the big issue in this campaign. and we begin our coverage of all of all of it tonight with white house correspondent kristen welker traveling with the president in iowa city tonight. kristen, good evening. >> reporter: good evening to you, brian. well, president obama left charlotte this morning with the vice president and first lady to hit pivotal swing states, and he tried to cast that jobs report in a positive light. campaigning in new hampshire, mr. obama took the long view on jobs. >> today we learned that after losing around 800,000 jobs a month when i took office, business once again added jobs for the 30th month in a row. we know it's not good enough. >> reporter: behind th
protesting instead against groups they believe are responsible for the attack on the u.s. embassy. >> reporter: in benghazi, the birthplace of libya's revolution, thousands took to the streets demanding dozens of the country's militias be dismantled. >> we have to make just one army in libya. >> reporter: what began as a peaceful protest ended in a clash with armed groups that came to dominate the city in response to the september 11 attack of the u.s. consulate that killed four americans, they stormed a group they claim was involved in the assault. within hours protesters in the compound forced militia members to flee. at least 11 protesters were killed and dozens injured in clashes. cnn reports it found a copy of ambassador stevens's personal journal after the attack and that stevens wrote about how he feared for his life in the newly liberated country. his step-father tells nbc news tonight the report that he, quote, feared for his life, didn't sound like something he would write. american embassies remain on high alert in the wake of protests over the anti-islam film posted on
tonight, a big headline from the war in afghanistan. u.s. forces have halted training of some afghan police for at least a month after a rash of insider attacks. members of afghan security forces have killed dozens of coalition troops this year, at least 12 in august alone. for insight on what this means for the mission there, i'm joined by nbc military analyst jack jacobs. colonel, doesn't this undermine the whole basis, the rationale for the american mission there? >> i think it does. if our mission is to train the afghans so that they can defend themselves then this halt touted by the government as being only a temporary halt and only for some units, really does undermine our mission. if we are to train the afghans then stopping training now makes it appear that we are through with that mission. >> the focus here seems to be on afghan police in particular. why is this trouble so pronounced with police? >> the police are corrupt by and large, very poorly trained and very difficult to train. don't forget this is a country that relies almost exclusively on local control. local tribal
difference between american intelligence and israel's view, the u.s. feels there is at least a year, and no need to take action quickly. israel wants it to be quicker and for the u.s. to be involved. >>> meanwhile, on the campaign trail, the candidates were shadowing each other in a crucial swing state, this time, virginia, chief correspondent chuck todd has more. >> reporter: good evening, savannah, the presidential campaign, of course is focused on nine states where the polls are close. and every year, one state stands out from the rest, in 2000, it was florida, ohio, more and more, it looks like virginia. and that was where both candidates were today. for the president his 13th campaign stop in the state. >> how is it going, virginia beach? >> reporter: rallying thousands in virginia beach with a new line. >> it is time for a new economic patriotism, one rooted in the belief that growing our economy begins with a strong middle class. >> reporter: mr. obama's idea includes tax hikes on the wealthy and more government spending on infrastructure. he is making it the new center piece
, in tonight for brian. it has been more than two weeks since the u.s. ambassador to libya and three other americans were killed at the u.s. consulate in benghazi. tonight, a rare reversal, tonight, the intelligence officials say they originally got it wrong. patience is slow with the investigation, and shifting explanations from the administration. tonight, members of congress from both parties are demanding answers, and on the ground in libya, the american officials sent to piece this case together can't even get to the scene of the attack. we begin tonight with our justice correspondent, pete williams in washington, good evening. >> reporter: savannah, it is a very unusual statement, the top officials admitted today that the attacks that were spontaneous were wrong, but getting answers to exactly what did happen has not been that easy. the u.s. understanding of what happened in libya said a spokesperson for the director of national intelligence continues to evolve. tonight, the dni says "we revised our initial assessment to reflect the intelligence." they believe it was an organized att
. >>> and more bad news for the u.s. postal service. usps expecting to miss a $5.6 billion payment due to the government and it is due by sunday. that cash is supposed to fund healthcare benefits for retirees. for now, the agency's lack of cash will not affect your mail. but, if the congress doesn't get started on this soon, mail delivery could be drastically cut. >> out on the campaign trail, president obama and republican presidential challenger, mitt romney, both in new york city today. the president making his case to the united nations. romney still making his case to you and me. >> president obama is urging fellow leaders to take a stand against violence in the muslim world. >> i do believe that it is the obligation of all leaders, in all countries, to speak out forcefully against violence and extremism. >> speaking to the united nations general assembly, president obama condemned the antiislam film sparking protests overseas, but said nothing justifies mindless violence. the president also had a message for iran and its developing nuclear program. >> make no mistake, a nuc
tomorrow morning, but it will start to get warmer and more humid with temperatures in the 50s and 60s. and then tomorrow, partly cloudy and warm with showers and maybe even a thunderstorm by dinner time. 79 to 85 degrees for your afternoon highs with those winds becoming southwesterly at 10 to 20 miles per hour. why don't we look ahead to the redskins game. on sunday, this is the weather we have to look forward to. lots of sunshine. it will be breezy and cool with temperatures in the low 70s. you see that here on our next three-day map. tomorrow code yellow. just because of that threat for a thunderstorm. overall it looks nice. sunday and monday, especially with highs right around 70 degrees. taking a look at the seven-day forecast, looks great for the next couple of days. temperatures right around 70 degrees and lots of sunshine. tuesday, mid 70s come into the forecast and then we will see another storm system bringing the threat for some showers, maybe even a thunderstorm by wednesday and certainly on thursday we have that threat as well. temperatures are going to be the warmest tom
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